A four-day architecture masterclass wrapped up Monday afternoon in the College of Design.
The Feb. 13 Faculty Senate meeting included time to discuss possible changes for nontenure-eligible (NTE) faculty positions. Other business included a resolution on becoming a carbon-neutral university, and an update on the Student Innovation Center under construction on the west side of campus.
In panel discussions at a symposium this month on closing the achievement gap, faculty and staff talked about ways to improve support for underrepresented minority students.
A go-live schedule for implementation of the Workday enterprise software system will be determined this month. Hundreds of ISU employees are working to move ISU's financial, human capital and payroll management functions to the cloud-based, mobile-friendly platform.
Also on the agenda when the board meets Feb. 21-22 in Ames: athletics facilities request, poultry farm modernization and MBA degree differentiation.
Design plans are in the works for a proposed remodel of the Brunnier Art Museum. If approved, the project would wrap up between September and January 2019.